From publisher''s web site: PART ONE. GENERAL FRAMEWORK. The United Nations Principles and Guidelines on Reparations: Context and Contents / Dinah Shelton -- Victims and Citizens: The Discourse of Reparation(s) at the Dawn of the New Millennium / John Torpey -- PART TWO. KEY ISSUES. Reparation as a Component of Transitional Justice: Pursuing Reparative Justice in the Aftermath of Violent Conflict / Rama Mani -- Deserving and Undeserving Victims: Political Context and Legal Framework of Hard Cases of Reparation / Elazar Barkan -- Victims'' Expectations, Needs and Perspectives After Gross and Systematic Human Rights Violations / Martien Schotsmans -- The Dilemmas of Reparations: in Search of a Process-Driven Approach / Brandon Hamber -- Reparations for Gross Human Rights Violations as an Outcome of Criminal Versus Civil Court Proceedings / Jeremy Sarkin -- PART THREE. CASE STUDIES. The Expanding Scope and Impact of Reparations Awarded by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights / Douglas Cassel -- The Trust Fund for Victims of the International Criminal Court: Between Possibilities and Constraints / Pablo De Greiff and Marieke Wierda -- Reparation by the Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina / Manfred Nowak -- Reparation Practices in Sierra Leone and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission / William A. Schabas -- Reparation for Victims in Rwanda: Caught Between Theory and Practice / Heidy Rombouts and Stef Vandeginste -- PART FOUR. ANTWERP/LEUVEN RESEARCH PROJECT. The Right to Reparation for Victims of Gross and Systematic Violations of Human Rights / Heidy Rombouts, Pietro Sardaro and Stef Vandeginste -- CONCLUSIONS.